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. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we walk through today's report and how it played in the presidential campaign. >> woodruff: then, with microsoft unveiling its own tablet computer, ray suarez examines the company's role in an increasingly mobile world. >> brown: we have a "battleground dispatch" from the critical state of ohio, examining how the auto bailout and energy boom are weighing on voter's minds. > we've had a lot of potiveconic news er theast uple of months. is it too close to the election to really make an impact on people's votes? or are people still kind of weighing the economic realities of the country and of the state? >> woodruff: plus mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> brown: and we close with author louise erdrich on the crafting of her new novel, dealing with life-altering violence for one native american family. to talk to me. and i knew once i had written into this, when i got to the words, where is your motr i knew that this was the book. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs ne
scott brown is trailing the democratic challenger elizabeth warren by six points. here's elaine quijano. >> the folks that i'm meeting day after day after day in this commonwealth, they're saying to me, "you go, girl. he voted against jobs and that affects me. he voted against extension of unemployment and that affects me. he voted against equal pay for equal work and that affects me." >> reporter: 63-year-old elizabeth warren is trying to take back the senate seat now held by republican scott brown. brown stunned democrats in 2010 by winning the office the late senator ted kennedy held for 46 years. >> good luck! >> reporter: the harvard law professor who's never run for political office designed the president's consumer financial protection bureau. she's cultivated a reputation as a wall street watchdog. >> i'm not a professional politician. i got in this race because working families and little businesses have been drawing the short end of the stick for far too long now. and washington is rigged to work for big oil, to work for wall street. >> reporter: there are a lot of people on w
of helping her to do yard work. they did not enter pleas. >> governor brown followed up on a promise from sunday to send california patrol officers to help fight crime in oakland. the police chief embraced that additional help. and burglaries up 40% over last year. governor brown says he will find money in the budge writ to help out oakland these are serious issues. we should do it with public safety. we're limited in funds. >> police force is under manned. there are 629 officers, down from 837 four years ago. >> san jose police believe an accused rapist may have assaulted other women. they released this photo to see if others recognize him. he is accused of raping one woman, trying to assault two others near san jose monterey road. the rape vip was attacked in a remote area and gave officers a license plate number. police caught him. >> last night's occupy oakland protest was more focused on survival of the movement. several hundred mars around and organizers decried violence and event was mostly peaceful, only two were arrested. and there were no reports of broken windows. this morning
and 38 each propose to bridge the funding gap. proposition 30, governor brown's measure, raises income tax rates on individuals earning more than $250,000 a year, and couples who earn more than $500,000 a year. the income tax rate will go up on a sliding scale from 1% increase at the low end to a 3% hike for the highest earners. the tax lasts seven years. proposition 30 also raises the state's sales tax by a quarter of a cent for four years. proposition 38, molly munger's measure, increases income tax rates on a sliding scale for almost all californians with rates for the lowest earners at .4%, on up to the highest rate of 2.2% on those making more than $2.5 million. the tax lasts 12 years. you can find even more detail online at kqed's handy proposition guide. go to kqed.org/theweek for the link. normally, taxes and school budgets are pretty dry subjects but for my panelists today, who have been covering the firestorm over these measures or directly in the thick of it, nothing could be further from the truth. joining me now, arun ramanathan, jill tucker, education reporter for "the sa
massachusetts. you have a battle there, scott brown, who historicly won the ted kennedy seat, is up against elizabeth warren. if it wasn't a presidential year i think brown would be favored but i think warn -- warren is probably going to win in the end. that's because of barack obama. states like nevada be a good example gwen: you say nevada? >> you're right. i'm going to get angry letters now. but i think it's a state where the votes are going to track very similar to the lines of the presidential race. gwen: how about montana? >> you're not seeing the opposite. there isn't a lot of romney coattail effect out of these states. a lot are really either competitive or leaning toward obama. it would not shock me if the race is decided by less than 1,000 votes. that's how tight it is. >> or how many people! [laughter] >> and indiana this week, gloria? that wasn't such a tight race and all of a sudden it is again the >> well, of course. because of remarks made my mourdock, who spoke about rape again and it sort of echoed todd achein, -- aikin, even though it was very different because he is oppos
. thank you for the question, vice chair wiener. i just checked with legal council under the brown act, the item is adequately described in terms of what the purpose of the item is. the category that you're referring to is not actually a direct statement in the item. there is a category called recommendations of the finance committee typically what we have is recommendations for action that match what the recommendation was at the committee. the recommendation in this case was to have the item brought to the board without a specific action. but there was a recommendation by the committee to move it forward. it's not positive in terms of action. but to have the item considered. >> actually, the action of the committee was to forward it to the board, but there was no recommendation. i'm not trying to be nit picky, but when a committee of the authority actually says we're doing this without recommendation, the agenda state it. the staff recommended, but the committee did not. that needs to be, if staff needs to change itself agendizing approach, so be it. when the authority does it withou
brown's latest push to get prop 30 passed is drawing attention but not the kind he attended. he spoke at an naacp convention in san mateo. >> these shadowy figures, they say they're from arizona. but i don't know where these people are from, because they're hiding. they're wearing masks, because they don't want people to see who the hell they are. well, the city council is going to court to unmask these people. >> now, brown later said he didn't necessarily mean to refer to the kkk. he just wants to expose the arizona organization that donated $11 million to defeat his tax initiative. the latest poll says prop 30 is falling short of the 50% needed to pass. >>> people facing forecast don't often talk about it, but now you can find out if your neighbors are in danger of losing their house. linda yee shows us that information is only a click away. >> let's see what we can find here. >> reporter: real estate agent knight is showing a buyer an oakland home now in foreclosure. but buyers can now find out about these distressed deals even before the bank takes the home. the site's new featur
service committee we had two items presentation for the design of the new willie brown jr. middle school including the site plan, the exterior design the materials and finishes. we were fully briefed on how much community involvement was present in the design of the buildings. we were shown very cool computer graphics that led us on a virtual tour of what willie brown will look like. it is very exciting to see this, you know, brand new middle school come to life, at least in the presentation. the architects showed the kinds of finishes and colors that will be incorporated into the design. what i found most interesting was, one of the biggest messages about the design of the school was that it would incorporate elements of restorative practice and circle and sort of really facilitate conversation and dialogues based on this school district's emphasis on that. it was really very exciting. secondly, we discussed future agenda items for the committee and the meeting schedule for november and december. so the next meeting of building and grounds will be on monday, november 19th, at 6:00 and i
reenforcements starting next week. >> i want to thank governor brown for his quick response and my pleas for help. >> the chief admits the department is under staffed, overworked and at times, outnumbed by protestors. >> my officers are anxious. there are a lot of unknowns but i'm proud of the way they've performed their duties. >> the number of officers is undetermined where the funding will come from has not been decided. >> i can afford a level of cooperation between patrol and sheriff until my police academies turn out more officers. >> officers won't be available until sometime next year. the chief says he's going to be asking for a 90 day commitment and will probably ask for another 90 days after that. >> thank you. police in vallejo arrested a suspect for torching the law offices of vallejo's mayor. the mayor at the time called it a act of intimidation. the suspect is charged with setting fires in a vallejo funeral home. and at a church. this is evening held in the jail on three counts of arson. >> two teenagers have been arrested for the murder of a woman found dead in a house fire last w
political dues, and is trying to defeat prop 30. governor brown's tax hike measure. this is on top of a mysterious $11 million donation from arizona last week. the governor is rallying to find out who is behind the money. political reporter grace lee shows us how he is taking his fight from the capitol to the courtroom. >> these shadowy figures, they say they're from arizona, but from all i know, they might be from hillsboro, or the grand kaman i can't think. i don't know where these people are from, because they're hiding. they're wearing masks. remember the people like to run around in hoods because they don't want people to see who the hell they are. well the state of california is going to court to unmask these people. >> strong words from governor brown today at the n.a.a.c.p. convention. he later clarified that he didn't necessarily mean to refer to the ku klux klan. >> no. what it is when people do things, sometimes they don't want to be exposed for what they're doing. and this arizona organization says they're in business for transparency. and here they're not willing to co
their credentials which are being threatened. >> i think that when governor pat brown designed the education, there were three rungs,. and they were absolutely integral. if you cut off one of those rungs you are cutting off a pathway for people to have a better life. if the community colleges don't offer courses where people can ma trick you late to csu or uc, i think that you are absolutely limiting their options. it is critical to do that. we have 90,000 students at the city college in san francisco. half of them are actually learning english as a second language because san francisco is an entry point for immigrants. and so, often we encourage immigrants to learn english and become citizens and without those courses at the city college they would not have those opportunities. so it is actually critical that we make sure that that institution is funded and that it is protected and that it is fiscally accountable. and we need to make sure that they are teaching classes like the solar class that i helped to advocate for. we now have classes at the campus to learn how to install solar on peop
knew. my father had found a local baker's shop where they made baked loaves of heavy brown bread. he insisted on buying them. he said it tasted better, but in my mind it was nonsense. it tasted like almost nothing. that was the point. the driver of the police car got out, opened the passenger door, told me to get in. my father rode up front. but beside the driver. the police car went slowly down the lane. the whole lane was unpaved back there. just wide enough for one car at a time, a precipitous bumpy way with sticking up from it. the whole thing ratcheted by farm equipment and time. these kids, they think it's funny to steal a car. they will be locals. i'm just glad it was found so fast. that's what my father said. there was a faraway girl with hair so blonde and her cheeks very red when we get past. i held my peace of burnt toast on my lap. >> leeson said it's a long while back anywhere from here. we passed a band in the lane and over on the side we saw a gate leading into a field in the brown mud. we drove past it. parked on the grass edge. the policeman let me out, and the three
have known since he was a young brown buffalo starting out and i am pleased to see so many elected officials here like mayor edwin lee, representative nancy pelosi, district attorney gaston, police chief -- i am very pleased about that, but i also want to remind them that the next time we meet at one of these receptions i'm going to ask for their reading list, and i hope to see many, many latino authors, many, many latina poets, especially those poets and books that have been banned recently in arizona. [applause] so while we celebrate today keep in mind that in other places like arizona perhaps we don't have as much to celebrate. [speaking spanish] thank you. [applause] >> our 2012 latino heritage awards recipient is john santos. john, please join us on stage tonight. you know you should be star struck and this is a four time grammy nominee here, five time grammy nominee here and one of the most experienced in latin music today and known for the use of instruments and contemporary music and has earned much respect as a composer and producer. he has studied and recorded with jaz
brown give us a quick update. >> she has a small working margin right now in most polls. she is going to have to run the race all the way to the wire though. he has parts of the state where he is still very popular. he had three things going for him, and one of the biggest things was that people liked him. he is running a very unlikable campaign. and he has committed unforced error after unforced error, and just said we discover the national right to life committee funneled $45,000 into his campaign. >> jennifer: wow. >> i think she is in good shape, but she will be have to be a good candidate all the way into election day. >> jennifer: wow. thank you guys so much for joining us inside "the war room," karl frisch charlie pierce. up next there is nothing like having a first-hand experience and our next guest has been on the front lines of one of the most important stories of the 2012 campaign. that's next in a story you'll only find on "the war room." what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs witho
. eth ethics commission, brown act. whichever way you want to go, san franciscans, we're ramming this down your throat. why? it's not about democracy, it's about communism. we tell you as a dictatorship what we think is best for you regardless of what the people voted for. regardless of what is good for the city and its citizens. and if you as supervisors and members of public sit back and allow this type of absolute tyranny shows you have no backbone or discretion and you'ra complete moron. >> thank you. >> is there anybody member of the public that would like to speak seeing none? public comment is closed. my suggestion would be make for each item that you explain exactly what the recommendation from the committee was, whether approval, non-approval or no recommendation and then the last point they will make is i appreciate the comments and the thoughts from me, this is a little different from the item that the board of supervisors considered. the delegation of authority in this case is expressly limited to the receipt of funds to the extent there's any expenditure of funds, a
will take credit for all three counties. i told jerry, i'm never going to complain to jerry brown, what he to happen in the state legislature, because i used the first year and a half to insulate myself from all of that, emotionally as well as programmatically to say i'm not going to let the state hurt our city or the federal government. we've got to innovate our way out of this economic dole drum and we are doing so with inviting people here. those of you who take this word challenge, and really can really seriously bring that to fore with your best ideas, this is what i'm doing with all these technology companies. i'm not satisfied with just hosting a new company in the city, i want to know what they're doing, who's working there, where they're coming from, what they plan for the five or 10 years and how we can help them grow. as they're growing their jobs i want to know technologically how we can help. that's why i love going to accelerators, to find out what are the next five years that we're incubating so when it comes like what happened last week with dr. yam naka working at gladston
in the administration of then-mayor willy brown. and general myat and i were talking about putting together a table top exercise and in came from some exercises from the marine corps and barry newman was a very energetic officer in the marine corps. he has gone over to afghanistan, i went over and saw him there, he was attached to the kabul police chief. i think he's going to have some interesting perspectives about working in the police department in a war zone. lieutenant commander patricia serrano, her assignments have been varied includes working as a immediate vaek core man, a legal clerk and a tqm instructor. she completed a 7-month deployment. captain mike napolitano is serving with the navy's expedition training group. while deployed in 2004, he spearheaded maritime patrol relief efforts toing the 2004 indian oce t
a week after we held our first hearing, governor brown took them down. so, it is really not a matter of applying the law in my opinion, it is a matter of policy and the way that you want the law to be applied. it is not black and white. and it is something that the sunshine ordinance itself says whenever there is a conflict or there are two paths to go down, that the voters prefer to go down the path that leads to the most open government. thank you. >> i work for laguna honda before i was driven out of there (inaudible). i want to under score what dr. kerr said about the fact that you all have the responsibility to deal with whistle blower realtation, and the events are very important in society and clearly you are finding of no whistle blower retaliation when the government project finds that the vast majority are retaliated against, begs the question as to whether you guys are doing what you are supposed to be doing, thank you. >> next, item on the agenda, is the discussion and action on ethics complaint 08110816 and 09110816, alleging that executive director john st croix and ton
that is built into the con lusion, between the different city agencies is off the hook. since 1999, willie brown issued orders to every one of his documents and commissions not to comply with sunshine. i have been doing immediate disclosure requests across the departments in san francisco, none of the department heads have done the form 700 certification required by law and the whole city is out of order. to quote al pacino and go giants. >> hi there, i am one of the two whistle blowers, and from my perspective what i am asking for is actually not confidential investigatory information, what we wanted to know about is whether there was an administrative memo during the time that the ethics commission sat on our case for six months while the two of us were driven out of laguna honda ordering the whistle blower to not concurrently investigate the case. and in theory, according to your rules, the ethics commission should have sent a written memo to the whistle blower program, or they should have carried on a concurrent investigation but they didn't, and we would like to see the memo. it is not idle
got mr. ethic. it was all white kids. how about the little brown boy that looks like the most adorable piece of carmel ever. >> as of friday morning, lindsay lohan was not ridge stirred to vote. but still registered to
hourglass, but it's on the underside of its body. the second is the brown recluse, which also has a marking on its back in the shape of a violin. if you think you've been stung by either of these spiders, call 911. >> you know, the more i learn about spiders, the more i'm convinced that they're just little, ugly, disgusting creatures. ugh! for "teen kids news," i'm emily. >> to mark our 10th year on tv, each week we take a look back at one of the stories we've covered. [ classical music plays ] >> when ballet first began, the performers were all men. eventually, the number of male ballet dancers dwindled because some didn't consider it masculine. our own reporter gianni gave it a twirl to show us ballet is not just for girls. >> okay, let's go, gentlemen. >> this ballet class is for boys only. >> ready? [ piano plays ] stomach in, please. chest up. >> most of these guys started dancing a couple of years ago. so how do you keep your students who are boys coming back to class? >> really, the key to keeping young men coming back to class is training them separately from the young ladies. and o
. this is something that is unusual when you see the governor jerry brown say we want to raise taxes north to in order to fund education and other services. >> you're a former governor. you know the difficulty in running a state. in california it's particularly difficult because you need two-thirds of the legislature to raise taxes. you have to go to the people to do it. that's what this is. the governor is doing something that a lot of us helped push him to be a little more progressive on and he is. this is what it does. it simply races income taxes on all income above $250,000. that's top 2% of the population. >> eliot: how much does it raise? >> up to 3% for seven years. >> eliot: then it-- >> then it goes back. and it raises sales tax by .25 of a which is one penny on a $4 cheeseburger. >> eliot: i think people need to understand that the impact at the top is progressive impact. it's over 250 or the 500 the wealthier are paying more. but sales tax hurt those at the lower end of the spectrum. people spend a greater amount of their portion much their dollars on those items that will be tacted. here
be prevented with healthy diet. >> inside of the brown rice is actually white rice. more nutrition valley in brown rice. >>reporter: emphasis on avoiding processed food showing you can make a meal from fresh ingredient for a few dollars. >> organic chicken not a fancy chicken but chicken that is whole piece of meat. a lot better for you than something that you are going to buy in the frozen food department with all the chemicals and stuff open it. >>reporter: some produce for the cooking demonstration is as fresh and local as you can get. green writ here in this garden on the third floor roof of the hospital. vegetable already given out to chronic disease management patients but now they will come packaged with inspiration from some of the bay area most notable chefs. >> they can buy food that is affordable for the family and can feed them healthy alternative to fast-food and these products that are making americans obese. >>reporter: in san francisco, jonathan bloom abc 7 news. >> many pretty good. the head of san francisco base current tv is considering selling the boutique cable
the resulting that mall out there. >> reporter: troy brown cautions, however, that the city is being careful with its growth. in livermore, don ford, cbs 5. >>> the east coast bracing or the impact of sandy. how the hurricane is affecting the presidential campaign. >> look at some of the computer models for that storm. it's a monster heading toward new york city, philadelphia and washington, d.c. for us it's the exact opposite. nothing but crystal clear skies outside. we'll find out if it's going to stick around for the weekend in your full forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> the world series shifts to motown. the one thing ryan vogelsong isn't worried about. we'll take you through the giants busy travel day. that's coming up in sports. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, news out of the caribbean: e number of dead from hurricae sandy, is now up to 40. this what the storm looks like fm >>> developing news out of the caribbean. the number of dead from hurricane sandy up to 40. and this is what the storm looks like from space. theism imagine captured from the international space station. the hurricane
on and on and these are diseases that in large part can be prevented with a healthy diet. >> the inside of the brown rice is actually white rice. there's more nutritional value in brown rice. >> he puts emphasis on avoiding processed food showing you can make a meal from fresh ingredients for a few dollars. >> not an organic chicken, not a fancy chicken, but it's a whole piece of meat that's a lot better for you than something you find in the frozen food department. that has all the chemicals and stuff on it. >> some of the demonstrations are about as fresh and local as you can get. grown in this garden on the third floor roof of the hospital. >> the vegetables are already given out to chronic disease management patients. but now they will come packaged with inspiration from some of the bay area's most notable chefs. >> they can buy food affordable to their families and feed them healthy alternatives to fast-food and the products that are making americans obese. >> in san francisco, jonathan bloom, abc7 news. >> lisa argen is here now and we are talking about total extremes. what we will see is detroit i
brown called to make this situation happened. this did take place before and it did make a difference. >> with continuing team coverage. chich >> this lieutenant is a 20 year veteran. he is also a watch a veteran. >> he stated that the department cutbacks and the increase in violent crimes has kept his officers busy periods my team or 12 hour shifts and that potentially can respond to about 20 calls within that 12 hours. >> i am absolutely excited about this and i have not had the opportunity to work with the chp. any help that we can get weatherbee c h p or the sheriff's department it will be greatly appreciated. >> he also hopes said the additional police presence will help the people feel safe. >> we want to reduce the fear. >> san jose police stated that day or rest of the suspect who what crews around to assault women. the 24 year-old was charged with two rapes, robberies-- >> police said that a woman accepted a ride and then she was taken to day--and she >> he chose to take enforcement action and he sent this guy on his way and he was not aware that he would do something like th
on and on and these are diseases that in large part can be prevented with a healthy diet. >> the increase of the brown rice is actually white rice. there's more nutritional value in brown rice. >> he puts emphasis on avoiding processed food showing you can make a meal from fresh ingredients for a few dollars. >> not an organic chicken, not a fancy chicken but it's a whole piece of meat that's a lot better to for you than something you brew in the frozen food department. >> some of the demonstrations are about as fresh and local as you can get. grown in this garden on the third floor roof of the hospital. >> the vegetables are already given out to chronic disease management patients. but now they will come packaged with inspiration from some of the bay area's most notable she was. >> they can buy food affordable to their families and feed them healthy alternatives to fast-food and the products that are making americans obese. >> jonathan bloom, abc7 news. >> for a story that impacts every single person in the bay area, lisa is here to talk about sunshine, blue skies and wonderful stuff. >> a nice looking we
't the first time oakland asked for help from the sheriff's department or chp. but jerry brown was mayor of oakland he asked for same support. now, he's governor and providing it. >> i said those are gunshots. >> jody lives right here near lake merit this, morning she heard shots. wins -- minutes later a man was found dead in the street. police officers say he was targeted as he left for work. >> we're talking to witnesses and we are thankful to the community. we received multiple calls this
working with governor brown to make this situation happened. it has taken place before and they say that it made a difference. in oakland, terisa estacio, kron 4. >> continuing coverage what one officer things of the c h p coming in. >> lt. kirk lewis is a 20 year veteran and also a watch commander. on an average night he is responsible for one half of the patrols. lewis says that the cutbacks and the increase in violence has kept the officers busy. >> my team work 12 hour shifts. potentially, they could respond to all parts of 20 calls within those 12 hours of words- >> the california highway patrol is welcome to news. >> i am absolutely excited about it we have an opportunity to work with the chp in the past. violent crime, is on the rise, without a doubt. any help, we will get it from the c h p, the sheriffs, it will be greatly appreciated. >> the anticipation is that the chp will focus its efforts on vehicle codes. and also the additional police presence will help people feel safe. >> anytime we can increas increased police presence we can also reduce that fear. >> charles cliff
if his name was joe brown, a regular name? would they be treating him any better? maybe go at him a different way. >> just a different way. >> they went after bill clinton in a different way. it was very particular to his character and his life story, and they said he was a hippie, said he was manchurian candidate. >> a murderer. they called him a murderer. >> but this guy -- >> he's not an american. keep coming back to he's not an american. >> let's go back to the candidate on the other side. there's two candidates running for president. thank good trump isn't one. thank good sununu is not one. romney and obama. romney has had adequate opportunity throughout this campaign to come out and say, i will not put up with this. nobody who speaks for me shall talk like this anymore. you're all finished. i don't want trump on my side. remember that genuflection out in vegas? sununu is designated as his co-chair. he is out there officially. we just saw when he did his correction, it came out of the romney headquarters. this is orchestrated. >> exactly. >> i keep waiting, it's way too late
she wants her first time to be with the guy who drone kills the crap out of a bunch of brown people. >> and the rolling stone interview they were talking about, if you go back and listen to the interview from 2008 obama is like, we will shape the paradigm of the drug war. it is funny to watch these same class of people give him a pass. >> absolutely. bill, you said people watch "girls" to hate the characters. >> i didn't like the show because i hated the characters, but then i was more nuanced and then i started liking the show. >> you are the first person i heard say that. >> greg agrees with me. >> i hate it at the beginning. out of the i don't know how many episodes, but i enjoyed 35% of it. you know what bothered me? it was self-consciously hip. i thought as the season went on -- i don't know if -- it was less that and a little more realish. >> i liked the story line with the older guy trying to hookup with the nanny. he shows up at the club and ends up in the hospital. that was funny. >> i love that all of the men in the room have seen the show. i have never watched a moment of
. governor brown's tax measure. he hopes it will win approval for prop 32. venture capitalist has spent $29 million of his own money for green energy project spelled out in his proposition 39. mercury insurance founder george joseph has pumped $16 million into prop 33 which changes how car insurance rates are calculated. u.s. supreme court says it's okay to give unlimited amounts of money to ballot measures. >> i think it's telling voters that the initiative process isn't for everyone. when you see wealthy people putting in giants sums of money, it's unprecedented. >> we work for charles muncer. >> common cause took a lot of money from charles munger because it couldn't get government reform through the legislature. the group says someone has to pay for all those ads. >> to qualify a ballot measure takes time and energy and money. to gather the signatures needed and required by the constitution. >> money doesn't always win. voter foundational says they only approve of third nistsd because it's harder to convince people to vote yes. >> you can buy your way on the ballot but you can't buy the
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if governor brown's tax measure passes next month along with measure i a 28- dollar a year pass. >> the reality is, now that it may take a student beyond six years, seven, eight years or more to be able to get a seat in the classes that they need. >> reporter: students say they appreciate knowing in advance what's at stake but some fear their future is in doubt. this student wants to become a history teachers but history classes are red lined. support is declining with now less than 50% of those surveyed in favor of it. at chabot college in hayward, rob roth. >>> muslims around the world and here in the bay area are marking a solemn yet joyous holiday. thousands of muslimswent to the santa clara county fairgrounds to celebrate the festival with food and fun for the kids. the religious holiday celebrates abraham. >>> public money spent in questionable places. >> obviously there's some questions. >> the mayor of oakland's response to our extensive port investigation. >> the fun has begun, we'll take you to halloween celebrations all over the bay area and the costume trend that ha
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